Midwest Radio – MCC reminds landowners of their legal obligation to maintain hedges on public roads

Mayo County Council is calling on landowners and households in rural and urban areas to ensure that roadside hedges are cut and maintained on their properties.

The hedge pruning season opens from next Wednesday (September 1st)

The authority says the works are essential to ensure that motorists, cyclists and pedestrians can travel safely on all roads. Overhanging vegetation in urban areas should also be cut off from trails and crossroads.

Tom Gilligan, Mayo County Council Services Director, urges everyone to be more proactive over the next few months to ensure their roadside hedges and overhanging trees are properly maintained, as the law l ‘obliges it.

He spoke to Midwest News about the obligation on landowners to ensure that hedges or overhanging vegetation on their properties do not interfere with road safety.

However, Japanese knotweed should not be cut. No soil disturbance should take place on a site where the weed is growing at any time of the year. The public is urged to report any case of Japanese knotweed to This e-mail address is protected from spam. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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